Healdsburg Wineries make the region a unique destination of its own kind and the area is lined with restaurants, boutiques and wine tasting rooms. Actually, tasting opportunities within the town are enough and you don’t have to keep driving outside the town to enjoy the fulfilling action of wine sipping. Some of the most notable wineries in Healdsburg are highlighted here below:
The Curtis Family Vineyards are established just west of the township of McLaren Vale. Its vineyards have flourished and now its sought-after McLaren Vale wines are available on the Australian and export markets.
Mclaren Vale wine is produced in the south of Australia where many of the family owned vineyards are over 100 years’ old. Some have been developed into boutique vineyards that supply the local fine restaurants with signature wines. The visitor to the area will be surprised by the choice of cafes and fine food establishments.
The survey of the ‘rich and extensive valley of McLaren Vale’ was completed three years after proclamation, in 1839 by John McLaren. McLaren was appointed as Senior Surveyor was given the task of surveying the southern districts of Adelaide. McLaren divided up the south of Adelaide into three districts – B, C and D. B reached from Holdfast Bay and extended south as far as the Onkaparinga River, it was opened to the public in February 1839. Section C was to include all the land south of the Onkaparinga River to Willunga Hill. Section D included land from Willunga to Encounter Bay.
Bay of Fundy tides called us to Nova Scotia, but we also needed to try Nova Scotia Wines. Would it come as a surprise to you that there are 6 distinct wine growing regions in Nova Scotia?